Team 7/Travis and the Mules hoping to move up to High Camp, excited for the summit push in a few days, if the weather cooperates

Hey Seth here with Alp 7/Travis and the Mules. We are here at 14,000 feet. Wind this morning prevented us from moving up to High Camp, it looks like this high pressure has set in and we are in Splitsville.

The winds have calmed down up high and we’re looking forward to moving up to High Camp tomorrow and hopefully summiting the next day. We’re just going to take it one day at a time though, everyone is really excited, and yeah just a beautiful evening here at 14,200 feet on Mount McKinley.

Yeah, just to remind you who is on our Team, Chris, Chris, Nicki, Marissa, Robert, Sam, and myself, Seth, and we want to give a shout out to Mary Beth who had to depart our team prematurely due to an illness, but she was a great team member and we look forward to catching up with her in Seattle. And everyone is great, and we’ll talk to you tomorrow, bye.

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